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The Clientele are a London-based British band with Alasdair MacLean on vocals and guitar, Mark Keen on drums and James Hornsey on bass. The Clientele's music has often been noted for its reverb-rich production and MacLean's distinctive breathy vocals and jangly guitar playing. In 2006, The Clientele's song "(I Can't Seem)To Make You Mine" featured on the soundtrack of the Hollywood film The Lake House.

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The Clientele's first proper album, The Violet Hour, was released in 2003 and saw great acclaim, but little commercial success. In August 2005, The Clientele released their second full album, Strange Geometry. It was the first they had recorded with a producer, Brian O'Shaughnessy, who had previously produced Primal Scream. It was notable for a much cleaner production sound than the reverb heavy sound that had previously been their defining characteristic. Only one single, "Since K Got Over Me", was released from the album, which failed to reach the Top 75 in the UK.

The album Strange Geometry was quickly followed by a collection of earlier recordings from 1991 to 1996, called It's Art Dad. The Clientele have experienced greater success in the US, where they are signed to Merge Records, home of bands such as Lambchop and Spoon, than in their native Britain. They have also conducted several extensive US tours.